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threatened by the murder of israeli settlers. hello, welcome to "gmt." years ago, when george bush invaded iraq, he said it would unlocked the middle east peace process. now it is up to barack obama, the man that opposed that war, to prove the point. he declared an end to combat operations in iraq and tomorrow, thursday, he will oversee direct talks between israelis and palestinians for the first time in years. laura? >> barack obama campaign to end what he called a rash more back in 2002, even before it started. last night, 7.5 years from the same tack, barack obama said that combat operations were drawing to a close. steve has the details. >> iraq was not his fight, he called it a dumb more. after seven years, five months, and 13 days, it fell to barack obama -- rod obama to tell america that it was over. >> tonight i am announcing that operation iraqi freedom is over. the iraqi people now have lead response ability for the security of their country. >> he hopes that that will cheer a war-weary nation counting the cost. three-quarters of $1 trillion, thousands of american lives. >> we be
against george bush in the midterm elections on the economy. every chance he has he brings up the fact that george bush screwed up the economic policy of the country and put us in the ditch that we are in. he is praising george bush here for the mission that sort of said be accomplished. what makes this interesting to me is why is he doing this? he is doing this out of respect for the troops. you have to do that. the sacrifices that were made in the war that is being ground found must be supported retroactively. that is the body language of it. he is also making the same nation-building case in afghanistan. he sort of claim because that is what we are about in afghanistan. as far as the peaceful end, it is already been spent. it has been spent, and he has asked for more money and will ask for more more money in afghanistan. >> is he leading right on foreign policy? >> he is open toward the right. he only used the word search, as i recall, when he discussed afghanistan. he never referenced it in my memory, and george bush's surge of activity. he has asked the people, the gates in practi
the president would acknowledge george w. bush during his remarks. tonight those questions were answered. >> the president: this afternoon, i spoke to former president george w. bush. it is well-known that he and i disagreed about the war from its outset. yet, no one can doubt president bush's support for our troops or his love of country and commitment to our security. >> sean: joining me with reaction to the president's address is the ranking member of the senate armed services committee senator mccain. welcome back. >> thank you sean. >> sean: you know, how ungracious of the president as we just see. he said the minimal things george bush supports our troops. he loves our country. that's the best co-muster? >> well, -- the best he could muster? generosity of spirit. what he should have said. i opposed the surge. i was wrong. i made a mistake and george w. bush deserves credit for doing something that was very, very unpopular at the time. instead, he to say it is well-known that george bush really? act the fact is, that -- and the fact is that then senator obama voted to cut often fund
: for days there have been questions over whether the president would acknowledge george w. bush during his remarks. tonight those questions were answered. >> the president: this afternoon, i spoke to former president george w. bush. it is well-known that he and i disagreed about the war from its outset. yet, no one can doubt president bush's support for our troops or his love of country and commitment to our security. >> sean: joining me with reaction to the president's address is the ranking member of the senate armed services committee senator mccain. welcome back. >> thank you sean. >> sean: you know, how ungracious of the president as we just see. he said the minimal things george bush supports our troops. he loves our country. that's the best co-muster? >> well, -- the best he could muster? generosity of spirit. what he should have said. i opposed the surge. i was wrong. i made a mistake and george w. bush deserves credit for doing something that was very, very unpopular at the time. instead, he to say it is well-known that george bush really? act the fact is, that -- and the fact is
back. he has created more jobs in this recession than george bush did in eight years as president with a surplus. >> 62,000 jobs last month is not enough. >> of course it's not enough. >> you think the stimulus package was a good idea and saved us from going off the cliff? >> i do. it was too small at the time and everybody knew it was too small, but it was all they could get passed because of republican opposition. >> what makes you think you can get anything passed against republican opposition, at this point especially since the country has got more and more concerned about the deficit. but secondly to my first question is what has he done wrong, do you think? >> the first thing done wrong in the stimulus package when we did infrastructure it only addressed short-term infrastructure project so we couldn't get a project that would take three or four years to complete and create a lot of jobs. they were all smaller jobs. it should have been geared toward longer stuff. more money structured toward infrastructure and helping state and local governments because what we see right now
divide, blacker areas for gray. >> i think i am sadr then ran george bush won his second term -- i am sadder than when george bush won his second term. >> he is saying that his chancellor will be someone -- >> who works with parents and teachers. >> yet, this afternoon -- >> i placed a call to her. i did not get her, but i am sure she is busy. >> it is important to continue the progress we have made. as for mayor fenty, heat chalked it up to the tough decisions he made -- he chalked it up. >> my parents always taught me that you have to be involved, that you have to give back to your community. >> but as evidence was last night, many came out to vote against him, like cabdrivers. >> let me tell you, i am happy about it. >> he forced them to accept > meters and changed rates. >> gray said he was extremely disappointed about how the board of elections conducted the rays, from broken machines to the fact that it took nearly five hours after voting had ended before the board had released enough results to determine a winner. a reporting live from northwest washington, sam ford, abc7 news.
george w. bush back in the oval office. the poll comes from the state of ohio. interestingly enough, it was conducted by of the left leaning public policy group 50% of residents there would prefer if george w. bush were still in office. leads by an eight point margin over the anointed one. even independents say they would rather have a third bush term now than an obama white house. news of this poll broke on the heels of the president's oval office address during which he spoke about his predecessor. >> the president: this afternoon i spoke to former president george w. bush. it is well-known that he and i disagreed about the war from its outset. yet, no one can could you tell president bush's support for our troops or his love of country and commitment to our security. >> sean: did president obama go far enough in acknowledging the former president last night? here with reaction and the bomb shell poll out of ohio, former white house communications director under george w. bush nicole wallace. and from the fox business network sandra smith is here. he supports our troops and he lov
obama, recall how george bush 41 suffered in comparison to clintonin the 1992 town hall debate when a voter asked a feel your pain question. >> howhas the nation debt personally affected each of your lives? and if it hasn't, how can you find a cure for the economic proble of the common people if you ha no experience in what's ailing them? >> i think the national debt affects everybody. obviously it has a lot to do th interest rates, it -- >> on a personal basis, how has it affected you? >> has it affected you personally? >> i'm sure it has. i loe my grandchilden. >> tell me how it affected you again? >> you know people who lo their jobs and lost their homes? >> uh-huh. >> i've been governor of a small state for 12 years. i'll tell you how it's affected me. kevin: now look at the side chris: now look at the side by side. barack obama in a town hall. >> it's taken an enormous toll on my family. my husband and i joked for year we thought we were well beyond the hot dog and beans of our lives. quite frankly it's starting to knock on our door and might be true that's where we're headed a
in this recession than george bush did in eight years. >> you think the stimulus package was a good idea and saved us from going off the cliff? >> i do. it was too small at the time and everybody knew it was too small, but it was all they could get passed because of republican opposition. >> what makes you think you can get anything passed against republican opposition, aspecially since the country is concerned more and more about the deficit, but what has he done wrong, do you think? >> when we did infrastructure, it only addressed short-term infrastructure processes. they were all smaller jobs. it should have been geared towards longer stuff, and more of the money should have been geared towards helping local and state governments. what we see the extraordinary spending of the federal government is being negated by the local spending. >> yeah, and the state department has to be balanced. >> we could have lost 9,000 teachers, firefighters and police. that's not good for the country or our children or future. >> what has the president from your point of view done right and what has he done wrong?
within britain and many other countries it's blamed on this george bush and his cleverred-tonged mood until tony blair. think think he wants to say, no i was a bigger figure than that. >> rose: also from london, an old friend of this program, john burns now the london bureau chief of the "new york times". >> we were perhaps transfixed by the relief would come to iraq with the overthrowing of saddam and yes maybe we should have spent more time difficult as it would have been under saddam to look at the trauma, the psychological trauma inflicted on iraq by the ba'ath party and saddam over a period of 30 years. all of that it can accept. if i had to do it over again i would have looked at that because it was the fractured pitch thatter that society in part along with saddam terror overground as government going underground as an insurgency that made the american venture in iraq next to impossible to achieve. >> couric: from london john and john when we come back. captioning sponsored by rose communications this is charlie rose. >> rose: on someday two of our visit to london we are joined
prime minister tony blair to discuss his relationship with former presidents clinton, george w. bush. his take on barack obama. plus the white house has identified their enemy number one in the up coming elections. we'll tell you who he is and why they are going after him that and more, straight ahead. for strong bones, i take calcium. but my doctor told me that most calcium supplements... aren't absorbed properly unless taken with food. he recommended citracal. it's different -- it's calcium citrate, so it can be absorbed with or without food. citracal. >> sean: census figures for 2009 will be released next week. the number of people in poverty is set to increase by record levels on president obama's watch. according to the ap, they anticipate the poverty rate will hit 15% and child poverty will rise above 20%. yet another record for the anointed one to be proud of. hannity continues in 90 short seconds with former british prime minister, tony blair. gecko water bottle... notebook... chamois... gecko: sir, i feel a little bit uncomfortable with all... you know... with all this. i me
presidents clinton, george w. bush. his take on barack obama. plus the white house has identified their enemy number one in the up coming elections. we'll tell you who he is and why they are going after him that and more, straight ahead. [ female announcer ] se is the only furniture lish with febreze freshness. it helps eliminate odors while you clean and condition. you may never go back to your old furniture polish. ♪ science! [ female announcer ] swiffer gives cleaning a fresh new meaning. za@i@y@y host: could switching to geico realis a bird in the handre on worth 2 in the bush? appraiser: well you rarely see them in this good of shape. appraiser: for example the fingers are perfect. appraiser: the bird is in mint condition. appraiser: and i would say if this were to go to auction today, appraiser: conservatively it would be worth 2 in the bush. woman: really? appraiser: it's just beautiful, thank you so much for bringing it in. woman: unbelievable anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. >> sean: census figures for 2009 will be released next week. the number of people in p
gracious to have done so but as he political issue if he ever were to praise george bush the surge, a disparaged democratic pace would be even more dispara disparaged. >>> the new orleans health clinic in the wake of the bp disaster. the second leading illness reported. depression. who set their house on fire? the flowers. on the porch. seriously. >>> and st. beck, as in wreck. cotton blather strikes again. >> i went to the national archives and i held the first inaugural address written in his own hand by george washington. >> wrong again, sun yung beck. all the news and commentary now on "countdown." >> maybe i wasn't clear enough. >> good evening from new york. and then there were five. after last night's concession by the incumbent republican senator from alaska, five establishment gop candidates have now been defeated by as many tea party candidates whose anti-establishment pretense repeatedly clashes with their full-throated defense of big business. our fifth story, the tea party beckons the hard right. democratic leaders need help from the organization they so often take for
democratically. it voted for obama by 11 points. george bush won the district but only four points. he did not do as well as obama. -- the senator when the district by only four points. he did not do as well as obama. that is what republicans think they can take the district. -- why republicans think they can take the district. doing a great job. we need someone like you. >> the challenger has been the hazleton mayor since 1999. his family owned a well known amusement park down there. he is very popular in some cities. hazleton is a very small part of the district. they are at the forefront of local municipalities trying to impose illegal immigration rules. they want to penalize landlords to rent to a legal immigrants. he has come out as a proponent of dealing with illegal immigration. he has come out as one of the republicans young guns, which means that they will target him with money in the fall. the reason they are is because he has shown that he -- he came close to beating his opponent, and they think in this political climate he can beat him. since 2003, the district has included scranton.
. actually i watched them come out ahead of time before he gave his speech. i want to thank george bush, cheney, wolfowitz, for lying to this nation and bringing us into this crazy war over and iraq that we had no way of as they say winning cliche. but thank you president obama for keeping your promise to bring our troops home. these young men and women deserve nothing from the best from us and i agree with the young caller that called before, bush and cheney should be held for high crimes and misdemeanors for the dirt that they did during this perpetrating this illegal war. host: "the new york times," in their lead editorial, the war in iraq. editors -- san diego, california. roseanne, democrats won. caller: i am really glad you mentioned the 100,000 number of iraqi dead. i am sure it is much more. i, call into say aye and kind of disappointed -- although i am not surprised -- that we never hear the running sewage that spills and the streets of iraq -- i read that in "the new york times" and other places. we did not hear about the water. the people still being bombed. we never hear abo
point margin ohio residents, democratic poll, ohio residents would rather have george w. bush as president than barack obama. 50-42. bigger mar yin than bush -- margin than -- >> sean: you miss me yet? >> this was supposed to be the summer of recovery. it turned out to be the summer of george. rehabilitation of george w. bush. why? because president obama keeps going around blaming everything on george w. bush. reminding people of george w. bush. and people are starting to think, compared with the way things are now they weren't as bad when george w. bush was president. >> sean: it is also comparison in personalities. george w. bush made a decision. since barack obama started running through the 19 months he's been president. i said this before, this president needs to stop, man-up. take responsibility this is his debt, his deficit, his economy, his health care, his failed stimulus. it is him bowing before foreign leaders. at what point does he stop blaming bush? >> i think he has taken responsibility for a lot of. >> sean: no, nothing. >> can we talk about the fact that when
george bush did as president with an almost trillion-dollar surplus. our members aren't stupid. they know who is there and you can't get them to vote against somebody, against a fleend has been trying to get jobs, by simply saying no to everything. that's the republican's problem. they've said no to everything. >> like your programs in two respects. every day it is a little more clear, a little more obvious how much a front they are for the establishment. not anti-establishment in the slightest. how do they pull this trick off to make night look like day? and b, what is your retook their success? >> well, first all you have to do is look at the money. our members know that they're being funded by coke industries, gas and oil company, the boyd brothers, and a bunch of other corporations. those corporations have never had workers' best interests involved. what they tried to do was create a situation where they can divide workers and confuse members. get them confused so they stay home. it won't work because we're going out, talking to them one-on-one. getting things in their hands and they
, george bush even were excellent at that framing a conversation late in a race. i'm not sure obama is good at doing that last-minute clarifying the differences. chris: we asked the matthews meter, if the democrats take a licking this fall, who would get the blame? nine of our people say the president gets hit personally. three say the leadership generally. the president gets nailed. >> of course, the president is the leader of the democrat preart. he will take the blame for this, despite the efforts of the republicans to run against nancy pelosi and horrorry reid. they want to take the country back. a phrase from obama. >> it's the way he ran for president as well. this was a singular candidacy about one guy who was the change we supposedly believed in. the very personal nature of it will make whatever blame even more personal. because he was not from the political system and he was going to have to change the political system. chris: is there any way they can break this stampede? the democrats? >> they might slow it a little. >> slow it a little, that's a possibility. not a great o.ne >>
new in this? >> not only nothing new, this is the worst of herbert hoover and george bush. if this were actually implemented it would take us back 50 years in terms of destruction of education, health care, infrastructure, our ability to compete. deficits would go through the roof. and the very people who created the crisis that we are living through even today would benefit once again. this is a sop to the very wall street banks, big businesses and the wealthy who benefited from george bush for a decade and now are back saying, president obama didn't solve it in 18 months. therefore, we want to go back and run the system again. it is one of the craziest, most outlandish fringe documents i've ever seen. when you really parse it, it is amazing, anderson. >> so spending in 2008 is armageddon? >> invoking the -- ralph, when you look at what this really says and what it carves out and then what it says you will cut, what you are doing is destroying the infrastructure of america, going back to the very broken, disproven policies of hoover and bush. >> i want to interrupt you. y
in the private sector. george bush came in and following the lead of mr. taylor and others, cut taxes to their lowest, to 33%. during george bush's eight years in the white house on january 20th, 2001 to 2009, the country lost 672,000 jobs. >> lehrer: you think there is a direct connection. >> obviously is because david told us last week if we raised it it would hurt the economy. i would just like to say, the last eight years, we have had 33% tax cut for the last eight years, what did they do with it. how much long doer we have to indulge these millionaires and billionaires before they finally give some crumbs off of their china plate to the rest of us. >> mark has been fallen asleep on this one. >> i guess i on substance i sort of agree with bhark. the top tax rate fell. >> lehrer: on substance you sort of agree. >> this is as close as i can go. >> lehrer: okay. >> it dropped from 39 to 36. did that improve business and would it hurt business on a raw sense if we jumped it up from 36 to 39, frankly i doubt it i buy the evidence of the 1990s. i think if you take marginal tax rates up
this be any different if george w. bush were still the president of the united states? >> no, he would do the exact same thing. i'll be honest with you. >> jim a while ago said that this was -- let's think about the american process that we're all here celebrating, that we've come together as a diverse community, we've worked our way through this situation. there's nothing radical about asking the imam to consider doing the right thing in the context of moving the community forward. he has to have the courage to tell the radicals in the international community that this community has come together, through a process that backed off a radical preacher. now this is -- >> jim wallace, what if he says no, i've listened to everybody, but i think a, for my community and b for the international message, i'm staying put right here. >> let's be clear here, the opposition to mosques around the country, the rise in anti-muslim violence has got nothing to do with the location of those mosques and those people. it's happening all across the country. we have to ask some basic questions. are muslim amer
't associate these republicans in congress who are running for reelection necessarily with george w. bush which is what the democrats would like. >> and if you think that you have seen stories of how they're actually trying to localize the races, candidates themselves are talking about their opponents and people and independents when they see some of these actual back grounds of some of these candidates republicans have put up in their fury, do get recoiled from that, so i do think that the right has taken over the republican party, gives us opportunities district by district to make that case. obviously we have to continue promoting good ideas. >> that will hurt -- that will definitely hurt republicans in some individual races, independent who is might otherwise be voting for republicans on fiscal responsibility grounds are turned off by the apparent -- bill clinton said the other s y stay -- if it's a choice, he said, between a democratic record of governing and a republican policy proposals, then they've got a better shot and that's what i think the president's trying to do, but there's sti
500. that developed under george bush. the tea baggers want to take us back there. glenn beck wants to take us back there. they want to take us back to an america where we didn't have health care, where the environment wasn't important, where workers' rights weren't important. they want to take us back to an american where the judiciary is completely a lap dog for corporate america. that's what the republicans did for us for eight years. so what do we do? we have a choice here, ed. we can either talk the talk or we can show up, we can spend the $500 that it is probably going to take to get there, we can show up and we can make sure that joe barton from texas, who actually had the audacity to apologize to bp after they destroyed an ecosystem, after they killed 11 people, that joe barton doesn't take over the energy committee, as he will if the republicans gain control. that john boehner, the empty suit tan man doesn't run government. that jim inhoff, who says that global warming is a hoax and we should not pay any attention to global warming that he doesn't take over the senate envir
to george bush in 2008. all of the characters that appear are real characters that are taken from my research. we are an interesting mix and i want to provoke wonder about who we are. every one of the characters are taken from actual photographs or documents that i found in my research on american history. in a lot of my banners, you conceal -- uc the melting pot, the imagery and myth that we use in our culture. talking about these reductions of all these different mixes of people, how you distill the experience. that is something i want to think about, collecting the ideas and ingredients, and i wanted to do the san francisco de lexie. -- elixir. we found a spring water underneath a church in cow hollow. we put rosebuds in the water to attract peace, and it made a meade. it was sitting in the gallery. we distill that through local herbs. it was really surprising how delicious it was, because we were mixing a lot of seemingly in congruent ingredients, and it was delicious and different from anything you have ever tasted. i would have been happy if it was medicinal. the idea was more
by suggesting an item that mike castle had voted to impeach george bush by voting to send dennisucinich's impeachment vote to the senate where it was intended to died. rush limbaugh is pretty dangerous. >> she took a shot at the buckley role. they said to vote for the most conservative person in the race. you cannot qualify that. rush limbaugh and sarah palin is on one side. >> when my liberal colleagues agree with me i get alarmed. i have to read calibrate my position. if this was an isolated race and if republicans were going to end up in a minority, if it is about who would represent daware and you want to take a shot in the tea party candidate that is fine. at issue is she will be in charge of the senate judiciary committee. willoughby charles schumer for senator orrin hatch? that is what is at stake here. that is why there was such anxiety and the establishment this is another chance to stop the obama revolution and jeopardized because of one candidate. i think that is simply a tactical mistake. >> there is an interest in the ideology that the tea party has been to the debate. they
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